- Summer of '68
BREAKING NEWS: Escaped inmates caught
Police say 8 inmates escaped but six were recaptured shortly after.
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- Enid woman focused on her family in ’68 Barbara Finley was 15 years old and was looking forward to her sophomore year at Booker T. Washington High School — Enid’s segregated high school for black students — when she was abruptly called into the principal’s office one day in 1958.
- Enid man wore many different hats in 1968 Nay was an Oklahoma Army National guardsman. He was a full-time worker: a professional photographer. And he was a musician with a popular traveling rhythm and blues group called The Preachers, “Enid’s premier rhythm and blues show band,” Nay remembers.
- Native son, former Enid mayor volunteered to serve as Marine Doug Frantz experienced ‘68 in Vietnam War
- Enid man learned from conflict with his father To Frank Baker, a 17-year-old senior to be at Enid High School during the summer of 1968, the tension which developed between he and his father over the protests at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, were a microcosm of the tensions developing within the U.S. as a whole — mostly between the older and younger generations, but also between hawks and doves, peaceniks and patriots.
- ‘Summer of 1968’ section chronicles a turning point in the nation’s history
- Enid couple married in 1968 John and I were married in Enid in January of 1968. I was 18 years old and he was 20. We, like many others of our generation, were caught up in the
- Enid area residents, former residents wax reminiscent about their 1968 experiences
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